Bloopy, psychedelic electronic track. Gentle, reverb-laden synth patterns, repeated, morphing into a noisier sound, growing more intense. A wash of fuzzy, atmospheric noise drowns out the synth melodies. Hints of My Bloody Valentine, Stereolab, Broadcast and Air, sepia-tinted electronics mingle with harsh noise in a satisfying contrast. Warm, gentle, searching and plodding to begin with, more intense, powerful and expansive as the track progresses. Perfect atmospheric film or documentary music, retro-futuristic and edgy, reminiscent of the Lost in Translation soundtrack.
Atmospheric electronic instrumental. Layers of ambient drones suspended in mid air with hints of harmony emerging. Calm, peaceful and dreamy, suitable for a seemingly calm documentary or tv sequence with slightly shifting, moving and wandering, like a raft adrift on the ocean.
Chilled electronica. Soft, atmospheric synth build becomes background synth drone under a slow, syncopated, tropical beat. Bright, colourful synth shines on top of an ambient base with growing beats and weightless synth lines reaching out like tree vines. Calm, peaceful and futuristic, a musical utopia, perfect for uplifting TV scenes or as an accompaniment to a soothing, hopeful advert for ethical fashion or worthy causes.
Vocal version features Molly Nilsson-style breathy female vocals – cool, calm and atmospheric with a hint of 90s nostalgia.
Slick upbeat electronica. Full intro of synths and beats joined by glassy melodies and a bouncy synth riff. 90s-style chordal piano build then the jam restarts. Bright, fun and polished, perfect for a classy yet playful advert for a fashion brand, or as background music for a glossy reality TV show or documentary.
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Trap instrumental. Bouncy synth intro, doubled, Mura Masa-style during build. Trap beats added, laid back and chilled. Fat synths, hand claps and a high-pitched synth line take over. Back to laid back trap. Playful, summery yet slightly dark and urban, perfect for an advert for youth culture, fashion and partying, or for an urban Vice-style documentary or TV/Film drama.
Trap instrumental. High-pitched synth intro and build to the beat drop. Trap beats and a tense melodic synth part. Dark beats and electronic samples throughout. Urban, shadowy and cool, perfect for a TV or film scene following young people up to their usual hustle on the streets at night, or an advert referencing this youth culture.
Euphoric electronica. Steady dance beats introduce the track with bubbling synth effects, building up with colourful synth chords to the bouncy melodic climax. A quiet mid-section, before anticipatory chords and driving beats lead to another banger of a chorus. High-energy, punchy and contemporary with a retro feel, reminiscent of Calvin Harris’s ‘This Is What You Came For’, with bold build ups and euphoric choruses, perfect for a glossy reality TV montage sequence – imagine the Love Islanders hitting the tiles – or a silly, fun advert.
Flashy EDM. Uplifting synth chord intro, joined by anticipatory trap beats and a female vocal sample. Shouty vocal samples over a fast, vinyl-scratching build. Drops a laid back dancehall beat over fat trancey synth chords. Sparse trap beat section with vox samples and percussive synth. Build, drop, repeat. Summery, fun and chilled, with an edge, suitable for pop culture-related documentaries, reality TV, idents or street fashion advertising.
Hip hop/ R’n’B instrumental. Single piano notes, high-pitched sound effects and a female vocal sample introduce a percussive synth melody. Restrained, sparse hip hop beats joined by high hat trap beats. Mid section with heavier, fuller dark beats and synth riff. Subtle, sparse and moody, perfect for a street scene on a TV drama or for a downbeat advert for urban clothing.
Light electronic rock track. 90s-style wavy electric guitar chords over a rhythmic guitar intro, Heavy guitar pedal effects on the guitar melody, drowsy and psychedelic with grungy slacker vibes. The drums give a hint of slinky 80s nostalgia. Moody, sexy and slightly dark and tortured, like every character in My So-Called Life, perfect for 90s throwback adverts or documentaries, and trippy montages.